Manifesting Your Heart’s Desires through Twelve Secrets of the Imagination
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  • Author: Robert Moss
  • Product Code: 87046
  • ISBN: 978-1-60868-704-6
  • Pages: 344
  • 1 Paperback / softback
  • Size: 5.50 x 8.50



Growing Big Dreams is a passionate yet practical call to step through the gates of dreams and imagination to weather tough times, embark on travel adventures without leaving home, and grow a vision of a life so rich and strong it wants to take root in the world. Vitally relevant today more than ever, dreams are a tool available to all. Robert Moss is a cartographer of inner space, equally at home in Jung’s psychology and shamanic journeying. The compelling stories, playful activities, and wild games he provides are designed to lead you to manifest a life of creative joy and abundance. You’ll learn to connect with your inner imagineer and become scriptwriter, director, and star of your own life movies, choosing your preferred genre and stepping into a bigger and braver story. Great artists, mystics, and shamans know that there are places of the imagination that are entirely real. Moss shows you how to get there.


“In Growing Big Dreams, Robert Moss skillfully magnetizes us back into the world of the shaman and the dreamer, the world of our magical inner child. Reminding us that the drought of dreaming characteristic of our everyday reality may be the cause of our many dysfunctions, he eases us into the twilight zone where synchronicities spring forth and treasures await. With all the allurements of a born storyteller, he urges us to hunt the dreams that are hunting us, to call soul back into our lives. Like a true lover, he sends us twelve gifts to teach us how to manifest our inner power and beauty. Just reading him is a joy, and this book is one more feather in the cap of a master teacher of dreaming.”
— Catherine Shainberg, PhD, author of Kabbalah and the Power of Dreaming

“Robert Moss is internationally known for teaching the power of the art of dreaming. In Growing Big Dreams he goes far beyond a typical book on the subject. He is a brilliant writer and an incredible storyteller, and you will find magic in this book: You will learn how to consult with your dreams to create your soul’s desire, how to travel through time, and aspects of the landscape of dreams that no other author has approached. . . . This is a remarkable book that’s deeply relevant to our times, giving us keys to remembering our soul’s purpose and living our bigger story.”
— Sandra Ingerman, MA, award-winning author of Walking in Light and The Book of Ceremony

“A magnificent gift from a master of dreams. Robert Moss’s twelve secrets unpack a world of magic, showing us various ways to enter the healing world of our dreams. After my first reading, I followed the wisdom of Growing Big Dreams and was immediately rewarded with guidance from the dream world. I’m already rereading the book and recommending it to my friends and students. This is a book you’ll want on your bookshelf to refer to over and over again.”
— HeatherAsh Amara, author of The Warrior Heart Practice

“An essential read for these times when we must reaffirm our dreams as oracles, our stories as valuable, and our imaginations as the fertile ground in which the future of our global collective is already being seeded. Robert Moss writes of our ‘dream drought’ as a pandemic and shows that where there is struggle and setback, there is also opportunity.”
— Danielle Dulsky, author of The Holy Wild and Sacred Hags Oracle

“In Growing Big Dreams, Robert Moss shows why Einstein was correct when he famously declared, ‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ This splendid book is one of the clearest guides to unleashing the power of our imagination through our dream life. Our imagination is the gateway to creativity. To open the gate, let dream shaman Robert Moss be your guide.”
— Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind

“A fascinating journey into the art of dreaming, Growing Big Dreams brings your inner imagineer to life. In this playground of intuition, you can discover new dimensions of yourself, along with the creativity and insight that can lead to real awakening.”
— Kim Chestney, author of Radical Intuition

“Robert Moss’s books are full of good-sense reminders that our dreams are the road map for where we are and what vistas await. Frankly, we need this book right now when the whole world seems to be changing. . . . Moss has filled Growing Big Dreams with signposts to follow, a GPS of the inner realm, and maps to show us the way toward a possible future self.”
— Normandi Ellis, author of Hieroglyphic Words of Power and Dreams of Isis

“Robert Moss is the ultimate dream guide for our time, with his deep knowledge of history as well as his incredible shamanic background, not to mention his own extensive travels to the far regions of this world many times over. In his latest work, he brings a complete gift to masterful dreamers as well as those who are new to the path of dreams. We need this book now more than ever.”
— Kelly Sullivan Walden, bestselling author of It’s All In Your Dreams

“With the warmth and ease of an experienced magic maker, Robert Moss weaves a spell that binds together stories, myths, synchronicities, and the secret desires of the soul as expressed in dreams. He invites us to explore the power of images and childlike play, grow our own big stories, and manifest our heart’s desire. A beautiful book that carries a much-needed vision of bright possibility during these times of global shift.”
— Dr. Clare Johnson, author of The Art of Lucid Dreaming and The Art of Transforming Nightmares

“Robert Moss has a big, strong voice. He’s funny and deeply serious at the same time, erudite about a wide range of dream lore and dream practices. He shows that the way of dreams is a way of growth — how we grow from our dreams, how we grow into them, how we can grow bigger in heart than we’ve ever imagined — if only we learn to trust what we imagine.”
— Rodger Kamenetz, author of The History of Last Night’s Dream